Seven fantastic changes about the National Lottery Awards for All small grant programme!

Date published: 10/08/2017

  1. Now between  £300 and £10,000 for a project lasting around a year.
  2. You can now apply for staff salaries and feasibility studies.
  3. The National Lottery want you to tell them how you have involved the community in the design, development and delivery of planned activities.
  4. Your project will need to show how it will:
     - bring people together in and across communities;
     - improve the places and spaces that matter to communities;
    - enable more people to fulfil their potential by working to address issues at the earliest possible stage.
  5. The National Lottery will take your organisation’s income into consideration as part of their overall decision.
  6. The National Lottery want you to focus on the delivery of activities and as such they will ask a sample to submit a progress report.
  7. Their branding makes reference to the National Lottery.

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